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A new directive establishes minimum standards on legal aid, and caps a successful effort to standardize criminal justice procedures across member states.
When innocent civilians were killed, the military absolved its soldiers of wrongdoing—or declined to investigate at all.
Amid natural disaster and threats of violence, our foundation in Haiti continues working to create the zones of freedom on which open society depends.
What if cities carved out spaces where no one—including cops—could carry firearms?
When telecom companies launched an assault on net neutrality, a coalition of advocates fought back with an historic response.
It’s time to imagine how we can shrink the size and scope of police forces, reduce the number of gadgets at cops’ disposal, and constrain law enforcement’s ability to ensnare us.
I appeal to the people of Russia, Europe, and the rest of the world not to stand idly by, but to spread the word and voice their outrage.
Activists are connecting discontent in urban centers with the ancestral resistance of indigenous communities.
Two summits last week on refugees and migrants produced promises of aid and plans for compacts. Now advocates must ensure those states follow through.
A series of short films shows a dysfunctional patchwork of migrant reception centers—and the lives of those forced to navigate it.